VIETTI
Barolo riserva "Villero"

  • Red
  • 2013
  • Italy (Piedmont)
VIETTI Barolo riserva "Villero" 2013 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 350,00 €bottle 75cl

Along with Aldo Conterno, Angelo Gaja and Renato Ratti, Cantina Vietti is one of the estates that revived Barolo in the early 1960s, practicing plot selection above all else. Bought in 2015 by an American (Krause family), a new impulse is given to the estate which, with more financial means, has acquired several highly qualitative plots in the heart of the Barolo. The wines of Vietti are distinguished by their contained power and stylish depth, qualities that are only revealed after about ten years of aging (except for Perbacco, which is more quickly accessible).

Antonio Galloni, the most qualified American taster to comment on Italian wines, places Vietti at the absolute top of Piedmont and the entire peninsula. 

Rated 98/100 "The interplay between the density of the fruit and the structure is simply captivating. In a word: dazzling.

To keep or to drink :
Wait 3 to 5 years
Apogée :
2025-2050

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